I used PRE 10 a couple of times to imort VHS through a Canopus 110, but didn't really too much, just kinda played with a couple of VHS tapes.
Just got PRE 11, and the import process seems different. I *think* that the import process PRE 10 had, the canopus showed as something different from what it shows in PRE 11 which is "AV/C Tape Recorder/Player". Why would it show differently? I think under v10 it showd as AVCHD?
In v10 and v11, I get "your current camera setting if different from your project settings. Results may not be optimized." warning. But, how do I know what settings to use?
In settings for a new Project, available Presets, I assume the only choices that would pertain to me are: DV with either Standard 48kHz or Widescreen 48Khz, or AVCHD with it's various choices. Under AVCHD, I assume that any 1080i would not be pertinent for VHS tapes, which leaves AVCHD LITE 720p24,720p30,720p60. And, I assume that the 24 or 30 or 60 mean Frames Per Second. Does it matter which one I select?
But it doesn't matter what I select, AVCHD or DV, my only choice when I go to import is "AV/C Tape Recorder/Player"...........so, does it make any difference what I put the Preset to?
moving this to the Premiere Elements forum
As far as I know, that device is only used to digitize into DV AVI from an analog source... not AVCHD, which is already digital from a different kind of camera
>choices that would pertain to me are: DV with either Standard 48kHz or Widescreen 48Khz
Those are the ones
So, I'm going to get the "your current camera setting if different from your project settings. Results may not be optimized" warning no matter how I set it up, right? Probably because PRE doesn't really know what the video is because of going through the canopus?